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Maiden Hawaii Naturals
City: Kahului, HI,
Email Address: mobilemarket@sustainablemolokai.org
About Us
Hawaii’s top chefs are raving about the flavorful, premium culinary oils by Maiden Hawaii Naturals. Our signature Maui Sunflower oil and Hawaii Macadamia nut oil are made fresh using locally grown ingredients, including nuts from Hawaii Island and sunflowers that we sustainably farm on Maui.

Our oils are expeller-pressed with no additives or preservatives and bottled by our company on Hawaii Island. Most conventional oils are heavily processed at high temperatures and with harsh chemicals to extract the oil and extend the shelf life; those refined oils are clear, odorless and depleted of nutrients. Our oils are produced naturally: we mechanically press the nuts and seeds with no additives or preservatives, retaining the oil’s nutrients, flavor, aroma and color. Our oils are vegan, gluten-free, cholesterol-free and sugar-free.

When you purchase our culinary oils, you’re supporting local farming, local food production and greater sustainability in Hawaii. Our company was created in 2017 by renewable energy pioneers, Bob and Kelly King. Their Maui-based company Pacific Biodiesel, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, recycles waste cooking oils from restaurants statewide for use in the production of clean biodiesel. Now our locally made culinary oils are offered to Hawaii’s chefs and the used cooking oil will be recycled to produce a 100% renewable fuel for a cleaner, greener Hawaii – that’s full circle sustainability!
Practices
At our 115-acre family farm in Maui’s central valley, we sustainably farm the sunflowers year-round using no pesticides, no herbicides and no GMO crops. All of our farm equipment runs on locally produced 100% biodiesel. Although we are not yet certified organic, we follow organic farming and production practices. And, because it is important to us to respect the Hawaiian culture and care for these islands, our farm team integrates the Hawaiian Moon Calendar into our farming operations – we evaluate this calendar when we’re planning our fields, aiming to plant on one of the optimum days while avoiding the few “no plant” days.